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Van hien lang xa vung dat to Hung Vuong = Communal civilization in our ancestral land of King Hung / Vu Kim Bien
Bib ID 1866544
Format BookBook
Author
Vu Kim Bien
 
Description Ha Noi : Trung tam UNESCO thong tin tu lieu lich su va van hoa Viet Nam ; So Van hoa thong tin the thao Phu Tho, 1999 
695 p. : ill., map ; 20 cm. 
Notes

At head of t.p.: Trung tam UNESCO thong tin tu lieu lich su va van hoa Viet Nam

Bibliography: p. 693-694.

Subjects Villages - Vietnam - Vinh Phu (Province)  |  Vinh Phu (Vietnam : Province) - Civilization.  |  Vinh Phu (Vietnam : Province) - History.
Other authors/contributors Trung tam UNESCO thong tin tu lieu lich su va van hoa Viet Nam
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